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How to monitor Dynamics AX client versions 

Hello, If you see “version mismatch” warning messages in an AOS Server Event Viewer’s Application log, you have Dynamics AX clients with out-of-date versions: Object Server xxx: Internal version mismatch. Microsoft Dynamics AX Client from xxx The SYSUSERLOG table can help you to find the Dynamics AX clients that need to be updated. This table logs the login and logout events for each...

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Synchronizing AX to Outlook Cannot edit a record in Activities (smmActivites) An update conflict occured 

We recently came across a problem with Outlook synchronization with the AX2009 client. The problem was that sometimes when a user synchronized it failed with the error message: “Cannot edit a record in Activities (smmActivites). An update conflict occured due to another user process deleting the record or changing one or more field in the...

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What to do if you have a crash 

This post is designed to give a simple set of steps to follow if you ever have a crash situation and you’re not sure how to troubleshoot it. To identify the cause of a crash the most important piece of evidence or log is a memory dump file – you need to set something up before...

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Using AXC file for AX client. 

If you are editing an AX 4.0/2009 configuration file (.axc) and adding new configuration values at the end of the file, please ensure to enter a new line (CR+LF), so that the last line entered can be read when it is being used. Text on the last line ending without a carriage return is ignored.  ...

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Can I install just the kernel part of a rollup 

Yes you can. It is perfectly acceptable (and supported) to install just the kernel part of a rollup, so you can for example have your application version on 5.0.1000.52 (original SP1) or perhaps 5.0.1500.2985 (rollup 5) and have the kernel version on anything above 5.0.1000.52, such as 5.0.1500.3761 (rollup 6), or maybe something even newer!...

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